Taufenbach & Pourtout

Taufenbach & Pourtout

2023

Impresión analógica laminada sobre aluminio, marco de roble en caja de plexiglás

Ed. 3

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Vincennes XV (“Herbiers d’ombres”)

2023

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Ed. 3

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Vincennes II (“Herbiers d’ombres”)

2023

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Ed. 3

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Le Bleu du ciel: P2

2021

Impression à jet sur aluminium dans Plexi boîte

Ed. 1 +1A.P.

32 x 32 cm

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“Marzo 2020. La Ciudad Eterna; Roma, está desierta, confinada. Solo cuatro artistas rondan por la Villa Médici en un encierro artístico más hondo que nunca. Entre ellos, los artistas de la fotografía Edouard Taufenbach y Bastien Pourtout observan en este inédito episodio de tiempo suspendido la llegada paulatina de las golondrinas. Intrigados por estas aves —que no existentes en estado salvaje sino en convivencia humana— deciden capturar su vuelo, un movimiento de libertad tanto en este período sin precedentes como por siempre. Arriba del cerco se suceden los momentos robados a estos grandes migrantes, a veces recortados, desdibujados o detallados en lo que parece un cielo monocromático, pero el azul lavanda intenso pasa al gris pardo, al dorado o a un naranja fuego. Los colores del cielo llegan como un llamado a observar mejor la granularidad de nuestro mundo. El cuerpo de obra fue galardonado con el prestigioso premio “À quatre mains Swiss Life” (SwissLife Banque Privée), que premió al dúo fotográfico y al maestro Régis Campo, quien compuso dos piezas musicales para la serie. La secuenciación entrecortada del vuelo circular de las golondrinas con movimientos arremolinados de una música repetitiva, circula y abraza las obras…” Sara Huhounenq, Beaux Arts Magazine, Paris. Le Bleu du Ciel de Taufenbach se ha exhibido en Roubaix, Arles, Burdeos y recientemente en La Galerie Nationale Jeu de Paume de París, como parte.

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Le Bleu du ciel: P3

2021

Impression à jet sur aluminium dans Plexi boîte

Ed. 1 +1A.P.

32 x 32 cm

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“Marzo 2020. La Ciudad Eterna; Roma, está desierta, confinada. Solo cuatro artistas rondan por la Villa Médici en un encierro artístico más hondo que nunca. Entre ellos, los artistas de la fotografía Edouard Taufenbach y Bastien Pourtout observan en este inédito episodio de tiempo suspendido la llegada paulatina de las golondrinas. Intrigados por estas aves —que no existentes en estado salvaje sino en convivencia humana— deciden capturar su vuelo, un movimiento de libertad tanto en este período sin precedentes como por siempre. Arriba del cerco se suceden los momentos robados a estos grandes migrantes, a veces recortados, desdibujados o detallados en lo que parece un cielo monocromático, pero el azul lavanda intenso pasa al gris pardo, al dorado o a un naranja fuego. Los colores del cielo llegan como un llamado a observar mejor la granularidad de nuestro mundo. El cuerpo de obra fue galardonado con el prestigioso premio “À quatre mains Swiss Life” (SwissLife Banque Privée), que premió al dúo fotográfico y al maestro Régis Campo, quien compuso dos piezas musicales para la serie. La secuenciación entrecortada del vuelo circular de las golondrinas con movimientos arremolinados de una música repetitiva, circula y abraza las obras…” Sara Huhounenq, Beaux Arts Magazine, Paris. Le Bleu du Ciel de Taufenbach se ha exhibido en Roubaix, Arles, Burdeos y recientemente en La Galerie Nationale Jeu de Paume de París, como parte.

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Le Bleu du Ciel: 18090001

Impression à jet dans Plexi boîte

Ed 1 +1AP

144 x 144 cm

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Le Bleu du Ciel: 18025001

145 x 145 cm

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Le Bleu du Ciel: 18074007

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Le Bleu du Ciel: 18028002

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Spéculaire: Dejeuner sur l’herbe

Handmade collage of Silver-gelatine photographies.

Única.

41 x 41 cm

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“After years of research, Edouatd Taufenbach was able to work with an exceptional collection of anonymous images that director Sébastien Lifshitz has been gathering over several decades… By selecting with obsessive care, coherent corpuses of rare snapshots of leisure, pleasure and desire; he multiplied these silver on gelatin plates to be then fragmented and manually rearranged, sometimes using different scales, in a composition stemming from a rule of mathematical nature [that refers both to digital and the beginning of the cinema]. The latter is specific to each one of the original images which, in a way, impose it. It points to, highlights and amplifies a formal or narrative aspect. The curves of a body here, a gesture there… Conversely it also allows the complete reinterpretation of the image, the invention of a new one: Who would suspect that this bouquet of feminine silhouettes comes from a horizontal image featuring a rather sensible farandole of bathers? In any case Édouard Taufenbach has worked with an open jubilation. —I inject cinema, time and rhythm to my images. The viewer is the one who operates the fi lm strip— he says”. Étienne Hatt, Curator

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Spéculaire: Jules et Jim

Handmade collage of Silver-gelatine photographies.

Única.

54 x 34 cm

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“After years of research, Edouatd Taufenbach was able to work with an exceptional collection of anonymous images that director Sébastien Lifshitz has been gathering over several decades… By selecting with obsessive care, coherent corpuses of rare snapshots of leisure, pleasure and desire; he multiplied these silver on gelatin plates to be then fragmented and manually rearranged, sometimes using different scales, in a composition stemming from a rule of mathematical nature [that refers both to digital and the beginning of the cinema]. The latter is specific to each one of the original images which, in a way, impose it. It points to, highlights and amplifies a formal or narrative aspect. The curves of a body here, a gesture there… Conversely it also allows the complete reinterpretation of the image, the invention of a new one: Who would suspect that this bouquet of feminine silhouettes comes from a horizontal image featuring a rather sensible farandole of bathers? In any case Édouard Taufenbach has worked with an open jubilation. —I inject cinema, time and rhythm to my images. The viewer is the one who operates the fi lm strip— he says”. Étienne Hatt, Curator

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Spéculaire: La Créature du Chaman

Handmade collage of Silver-gelatine photographies.

39 x 56 cm

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“After years of research, Edouatd Taufenbach was able to work with an exceptional collection of anonymous images that director Sébastien Lifshitz has been gathering over several decades… By selecting with obsessive care, coherent corpuses of rare snapshots of leisure, pleasure and desire; he multiplied these silver on gelatin plates to be then fragmented and manually rearranged, sometimes using different scales, in a composition stemming from a rule of mathematical nature [that refers both to digital and the beginning of the cinema]. The latter is specific to each one of the original images which, in a way, impose it. It points to, highlights and amplifies a formal or narrative aspect. The curves of a body here, a gesture there… Conversely it also allows the complete reinterpretation of the image, the invention of a new one: Who would suspect that this bouquet of feminine silhouettes comes from a horizontal image featuring a rather sensible farandole of bathers? In any case Édouard Taufenbach has worked with an open jubilation. —I inject cinema, time and rhythm to my images. The viewer is the one who operates the fi lm strip— he says”. Étienne Hatt, Curator

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Spéculaire: La Jetée

Handmade collage of Silver-gelatine photographies.

36 x 47 cm

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“After years of research, Edouatd Taufenbach was able to work with an exceptional collection of anonymous images that director Sébastien Lifshitz has been gathering over several decades… By selecting with obsessive care, coherent corpuses of rare snapshots of leisure, pleasure and desire; he multiplied these silver on gelatin plates to be then fragmented and manually rearranged, sometimes using different scales, in a composition stemming from a rule of mathematical nature [that refers both to digital and the beginning of the cinema]. The latter is specific to each one of the original images which, in a way, impose it. It points to, highlights and amplifies a formal or narrative aspect. The curves of a body here, a gesture there… Conversely it also allows the complete reinterpretation of the image, the invention of a new one: Who would suspect that this bouquet of feminine silhouettes comes from a horizontal image featuring a rather sensible farandole of bathers? In any case Édouard Taufenbach has worked with an open jubilation. —I inject cinema, time and rhythm to my images. The viewer is the one who operates the fi lm strip— he says”. Étienne Hatt, Curator

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Edouard Taufenbach

Spéculaire: The hug

Silver print collage

36 x 40 cm

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“After years of research, Edouatd Taufenbach was able to work with an exceptional collection of anonymous images that director Sébastien Lifshitz has been gathering over several decades… By selecting with obsessive care, coherent corpuses of rare snapshots of leisure, pleasure and desire; he multiplied these silver on gelatin plates to be then fragmented and manually rearranged, sometimes using different scales, in a composition stemming from a rule of mathematical nature [that refers both to digital and the beginning of the cinema]. The latter is specific to each one of the original images which, in a way, impose it. It points to, highlights and amplifies a formal or narrative aspect. The curves of a body here, a gesture there… Conversely it also allows the complete reinterpretation of the image, the invention of a new one: Who would suspect that this bouquet of feminine silhouettes comes from a horizontal image featuring a rather sensible farandole of bathers? In any case Édouard Taufenbach has worked with an open jubilation. —I inject cinema, time and rhythm to my images. The viewer is the one who operates the fi lm strip— he says”. Étienne Hatt, Curator

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Edouard Taufenbach

Spéculaire: La sequance

Silver print collage

47 x 47 cm

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Spéculaire “After years of research, Edouatd Taufenbach was able to work with an exceptional collection of anonymous images that director Sébastien Lifshitz has been gathering over several decades… By selecting with obsessive care, coherent corpuses of rare snapshots of leisure, pleasure and desire; he multiplied these silver on gelatin plates to be then fragmented and manually rearranged, sometimes using different scales, in a composition stemming from a rule of mathematical nature [that refers both to digital and the beginning of the cinema]. The latter is specific to each one of the original images which, in a way, impose it. It points to, highlights and amplifies a formal or narrative aspect. The curves of a body here, a gesture there… Conversely it also allows the complete reinterpretation of the image, the invention of a new one: Who would suspect that this bouquet of feminine silhouettes comes from a horizontal image featuring a rather sensible farandole of bathers? In any case Édouard Taufenbach has worked with an open jubilation. —I inject cinema, time and rhythm to my images. The viewer is the one who operates the fi lm strip— he says”. Étienne Hatt, Curator

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Edouard Taufenbach

Spéculaire: La garniciòn

Silver print collage

29 x 40 cm

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Spéculaire “After years of research, Edouatd Taufenbach was able to work with an exceptional collection of anonymous images that director Sébastien Lifshitz has been gathering over several decades… By selecting with obsessive care, coherent corpuses of rare snapshots of leisure, pleasure and desire; he multiplied these silver on gelatin plates to be then fragmented and manually rearranged, sometimes using different scales, in a composition stemming from a rule of mathematical nature [that refers both to digital and the beginning of the cinema]. The latter is specific to each one of the original images which, in a way, impose it. It points to, highlights and amplifies a formal or narrative aspect. The curves of a body here, a gesture there… Conversely it also allows the complete reinterpretation of the image, the invention of a new one: Who would suspect that this bouquet of feminine silhouettes comes from a horizontal image featuring a rather sensible farandole of bathers? In any case Édouard Taufenbach has worked with an open jubilation. —I inject cinema, time and rhythm to my images. The viewer is the one who operates the fi lm strip— he says”. Étienne Hatt, Curator

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Edouard Taufenbach

Spéculaire: Dune

Silver print collage

50 x 30 cm

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Spéculaire “After years of research, Edouatd Taufenbach was able to work with an exceptional collection of anonymous images that director Sébastien Lifshitz has been gathering over several decades… By selecting with obsessive care, coherent corpuses of rare snapshots of leisure, pleasure and desire; he multiplied these silver on gelatin plates to be then fragmented and manually rearranged, sometimes using different scales, in a composition stemming from a rule of mathematical nature [that refers both to digital and the beginning of the cinema]. The latter is specific to each one of the original images which, in a way, impose it. It points to, highlights and amplifies a formal or narrative aspect. The curves of a body here, a gesture there… Conversely it also allows the complete reinterpretation of the image, the invention of a new one: Who would suspect that this bouquet of feminine silhouettes comes from a horizontal image featuring a rather sensible farandole of bathers? In any case Édouard Taufenbach has worked with an open jubilation. —I inject cinema, time and rhythm to my images. The viewer is the one who operates the fi lm strip— he says”. Étienne Hatt, Curator

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Spéculaire: Waves

Silver print collage

37 x 40 cm

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Spéculaire “After years of research, Edouatd Taufenbach was able to work with an exceptional collection of anonymous images that director Sébastien Lifshitz has been gathering over several decades… By selecting with obsessive care, coherent corpuses of rare snapshots of leisure, pleasure and desire; he multiplied these silver on gelatin plates to be then fragmented and manually rearranged, sometimes using different scales, in a composition stemming from a rule of mathematical nature [that refers both to digital and the beginning of the cinema]. The latter is specific to each one of the original images which, in a way, impose it. It points to, highlights and amplifies a formal or narrative aspect. The curves of a body here, a gesture there… Conversely it also allows the complete reinterpretation of the image, the invention of a new one: Who would suspect that this bouquet of feminine silhouettes comes from a horizontal image featuring a rather sensible farandole of bathers? In any case Édouard Taufenbach has worked with an open jubilation. —I inject cinema, time and rhythm to my images. The viewer is the one who operates the fi lm strip— he says”. Étienne Hatt, Curator

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Edouard Taufenbach

Spéculaire: Enfants

Silver print collage

44 x 35 cm

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Spéculaire “After years of research, Edouatd Taufenbach was able to work with an exceptional collection of anonymous images that director Sébastien Lifshitz has been gathering over several decades… By selecting with obsessive care, coherent corpuses of rare snapshots of leisure, pleasure and desire; he multiplied these silver on gelatin plates to be then fragmented and manually rearranged, sometimes using different scales, in a composition stemming from a rule of mathematical nature [that refers both to digital and the beginning of the cinema]. The latter is specific to each one of the original images which, in a way, impose it. It points to, highlights and amplifies a formal or narrative aspect. The curves of a body here, a gesture there… Conversely it also allows the complete reinterpretation of the image, the invention of a new one: Who would suspect that this bouquet of feminine silhouettes comes from a horizontal image featuring a rather sensible farandole of bathers? In any case Édouard Taufenbach has worked with an open jubilation. —I inject cinema, time and rhythm to my images. The viewer is the one who operates the fi lm strip— he says”. Étienne Hatt, Curator

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Spéculaire: Les triplettes

Silver print collage

45 x 38 cm

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Spéculaire “After years of research, Edouatd Taufenbach was able to work with an exceptional collection of anonymous images that director Sébastien Lifshitz has been gathering over several decades… By selecting with obsessive care, coherent corpuses of rare snapshots of leisure, pleasure and desire; he multiplied these silver on gelatin plates to be then fragmented and manually rearranged, sometimes using different scales, in a composition stemming from a rule of mathematical nature [that refers both to digital and the beginning of the cinema]. The latter is specific to each one of the original images which, in a way, impose it. It points to, highlights and amplifies a formal or narrative aspect. The curves of a body here, a gesture there… Conversely it also allows the complete reinterpretation of the image, the invention of a new one: Who would suspect that this bouquet of feminine silhouettes comes from a horizontal image featuring a rather sensible farandole of bathers? In any case Édouard Taufenbach has worked with an open jubilation. —I inject cinema, time and rhythm to my images. The viewer is the one who operates the fi lm strip— he says”. Étienne Hatt, Curator

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EDOUARD TAUFENBACH. Francia, 1988. Vive y trabaja en París.
Graduado en Arte y Medios Digitales por la Sorbonne, en su trabajo alterna fotografía, video y expresión visual. En 2014, recibió el premio Coup de Coeur en el Festival Ici Demain y para Nuit Blanche 2015, diseñó una instalación a gran escala, SFUMATO, así como para su primera exposición individual, HOMMAGE2, en París, Bruselas y Roma. Ha sido expuesto en el Festival Circulation, la Unseen en Amsterdam y en la exposición fotográfica Approche, Francia y LIBERTÉ / COURAGE, comisariada por Jean-Pierre Blanc.
Fue artista invitado en la UAL: Camberwell College of Arts, y participó en la exposición colectiva Moving The Image, invitada por Duncan Wooldridge. Su trabajo ha sido publicado por The New York Times, The British Journal of Photography, BBC y Le Monde, entre otros medios globales que cubren artes.
En 2020, se unió a Almanaque, presentado en la exposición Espejismo, seguido de una doble exposición en París y Nueva York. Su libro "L’Image dans le miroir", editado por el prestigiado sello editorial Maison L’Artier Paris, se publicará esta primavera.

 

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"Tras años de investigación para esta serie Taufenbach accedió al archivo del cineasta Sébastien Lifshitz, con imágenes anónimas excepcionales reunidas durante décadas. Después de seleccionar meticulosamente cuerpos coherentes de raros retratos instantáneos de ocio, placer y deseo; el artista multiplicó placas de plata sobre gelatina para luego fragmentarlas y reorganizarlas manualmente —a veces usando diferentes escalas— en collages que parecen derivados de una regla de naturaleza matemática [que refieren tanto a lo digital como a los inicios del cine].
Lo póstumo es tautológico a cada una de las imágenes originales que, en cierto modo, la impostan. Así el artista señala, destaca y amplifica sus aspectos formales o narrativo. Las curvas de un cuerpo aquí, un gesto allá ... Curiosamente, también permiten la re-interpretación completa de la imagen, con la invención de una nueva: ¿Quién sospecharía que este bouquet de siluetas femeninas, proviene de una imagen horizontal que presenta un popurrí de recatadas bañistas? En cualquier caso, Édouard Taufenbach ha trabajado con un descarado júbilo.
—Inyecto cine, tiempo y ritmo a mis imágenes. El espectador es quien opera la cinta de la película— menciona”. Étienne Hatt, curadora.